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Eastwell ManorEastwell Manor, Eastwell Park, Boughton Lees, Ashford TN25 4HR, England. Ivy-clad hotel converted from a stone manor house originally built in 1069 and rebuilt in 1926. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Tour KentKent: West and the Weald (Pevsner Buildings of England S.) Tour Kent. This volume covers buildings as different as the modernist suburb of New Ash Green and the ragstone sobriety of Knole, originally the Archbishop's palace and little altered since its seventeenth-century remodelling. West Kent has notable domestic buildings of all periods, from the timber-framed 'Wealden' house to the Palladian masterpiece of Mereworth Castle and Philip Webb's Red House built for William Morris, the Arts-&-Crafts house par excellence. The Norman castle and cathedral at Rochester make an unforgettable pairing, while Hildenborough church is but one of many delights in an area unusually rich in Victorian church architecture. The elegant townscape of Tunbridge Wells and the Georgian dockyards at Chatham further demonstrate the breadth of building to be found in this area.

Historic KentHistoric Kent: A Photographic Guide A unique introduction to all that Kent has to offer, "Historic Kent" takes the reader on a journey of discovery around the county. It will appeal to everyone who knows and loves the Garden of England, tourists and residents alike. This is the first book from one of the county's leading young photographers.

Haunted KentHaunted Kent (Images of England S) Tour Kent. Contains stories from around Kent, including the hunchbacked monk at Boughton Malherbe, the black dog of Leeds and the tale of Lady Blanche of Rochester Castle. This collection of strange sightings and happenings in the streets, churches, public houses and lanes is for those who want to know why Kent is known as the most haunted county in England.

Kent BuildingsKent: North East and East (Pevsner Buildings of England S.) Tour Kent. At the heart of this volume lies a discussion of Canterbury and its outstanding Cathedral, site of St Thomas a Becket's shrine and significant in countless ways for the history of medieval art and architecture but especially memorable for its stunning stained glass. Other churches vary from remains of St Augustine's early Anglo-Saxon mission churches to Pugin's St Augustine at Ramsgate. Smaller buildings demonstrate Kent's especially fine and varied mixture of materials: the native ragstone and flint, exceptionally good brick and tile, and timber-framed hall houses, indicative of Kent's wealth in the fifteenth century. But Kent looks towards the continent too, its defensive and marine history maked by its medieval and sixteenth-century castles, such as Deal and Chilham, and coastal towns and ports as different as Dover and Ramsgate.

Canterbury StreetsCanterbury Streets (Images of England S) This book examines the streets of Canterbury in an attempt to detail the history of the people and places contained within them and create a sense of the past here. Discover the derivation of the old streets' names, how they have changed and the new routes in this many layered city.

Whitstable Then and NowWhitstable Then and Now Collection of over eighty-five pairs of images, that offers the opportunity to compare and contrast changing modes of fashion and transportation, shops and businesses, houses and public buildings, whilst recalling local people who once lived and worked in Whitstable, Kent. Tour Kent.

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